Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

LOAD

How do we perceive our past? Do we need it to acknowledge our own existence?

Do we needlessly carry it as a burden on our shoulders? Should we guard it even at the cost of our own future? What would we give up to survive?

Why is it so hard to let go?

LOAD is an award winning animated short film and the filmmaker’s journey to seek answers for these questions.

Somewhere Down The Line

A man’s life, loves and losses are shown through the exchanges he has with the passengers in his car.

Written & directed by Julien Regnard.

Ring Around The Mulberry Bush

A night of sharing old wounds • A film by Nicholas D’Agostino.

Paper World

It’s a beautiful journey through an innocent child imagination where everything is possible, the creativity has no limits and the freedom of creation is value itself.

But as in almost every life story values change with the time passing by and it only depends on us which values will “blind” us.

Direction & realization: Wojciech Ostrycharz • Music: Paweł Błaszczak.

In Deep Waters

Three characters have in common a secret and intimate experience which seems to have a strong impact on their life…

Short animation film written & directed by Sarah Van Den Boom.

SEBASTIAN

An award winning animated film by Vlad Marsavin.

Sebastian is an 8-year old boy who lives with his grandmother in an ordinary house in an ordinary, monochrome world. But when Sebastian gets on the bike to go for a ride, the adventure into his imagination begins.

RADEREN // CLOCKWORKS

On the relentless rhythm of time, a young woman lying awake is propelled through the grim metropole of the mind.

A film directed & animated by Gideon van der Stelt.

BOBBY YEAH

The adventures of a petty thug • A film by Robert Morgan.

Official selection, Sundance Film Festival 2012 • BAFTA Nomination: Best Animated Short 2012.

ei: emotional intelligence

The story of an AI unit who is anything but artificial.

First year film at the University of Pennsylvania by Dennis Sung Min Kim.

Narration by Adam Parham • Music composed and arranged by Nicholas Escobar.

CENTOPEIA

“In a dictatorship, a famous singer unwillingly becomes the icon of the revolution. He gets tossed around from one faction to the other, from the revolutionists to the hands of the dictator.”

Directed by Clement Rouil, Leonie Després, Bertrand Piot, Yoann Drulhe, Alexis Caillet & Jerôme Regef • Music by Philippe de Sousa • Sound Creation by Romain Debrie.

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